Researchers from the University of Maryland have 3D printed a soft-handed robot that was able to successfully play Nintendo's giant Super Mario Bros in the 1980s.
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Sochol at the University of Maryland. 3D printed assembled robot parts with integrated fluid circuits in one go. This is the key to the agile bot gamer's Nintendo skills. It's like a fully automated Power Glove. but only half cursed
The team has designed an integrated fluidic circuit. This allows the hand to work in response to the strength of a single controlled pressure according to the release. Using PolyJet 3D Printing, a layered printing that overlays multiple layers of materials in 3D, saves team time while building. The research was published July 14 in Science Advances.